NC Stage Company Closes First Season with 'Henry V'

 


North Carolina Stage Company presents the final play in its (For)Play Series: William Shakespeare's "Henry V," running for only three performances May 30-June 1. Known for its professional productions of classic and contemporary plays, NC Stage added the (For)Play of readings in the 2007-2008 season as a way to explore the text of classic plays without the expense of a fully mounted production.

"Henry V" charts the rise of Henry, known as Prince Hal, who spent much of Shakespeare's "Henry IV" Parts 1 and 2 drinking and carousing in a tavern. Having inherited the throne, Henry must now prov...



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